Technical Data Type: sinking pencil bait Length: 70 mm (2 3/4 ") Weight: 9 g (5/16 oz) Treble hooks: Super sharp anchors resistant to marine corrosion 2X, n ° 2 - # 10 Swimming depth: 5 -60 cm (0.2-2 ft) Concept and Design The Janas is a sinking lipless pencil bait and belongs to that category of lures that has had a recent and interesting evolution as they allow the fisherman to animate them at will according to the circumstances. Thanks to its technical characteristics it can be launched very far becoming the eclectic bait par excellence. Janas, which in Sardinian dialect means "fairy", seems to dance in the water when a regular recovery alternates, in which the artificial performs a slalom action, with pauses in the recovery in which it develops an immediate roll that creates wide glows as it falls freely to the bottom or into the current. Valid against any predator both at sea and in fresh water, it is particularly recommended at sea for dolphins and in the feeding of small and medium-sized tunnids such as mackerel, lanzardi, bonito, tombarelli and alletterati, while in fresh water it is recommended for trout, perch, aspi, chub. The standard equipment includes the use of two 2X # 8 treble hooks but single hooks from the Gamu # 1 series can also be used. Action Slow recovery: slalom Regular and fast recovery: slalom & rolling "Flutter" recovery: if you let the Janas fall freely in the current, the artificial produces a strong roll emitting wide flares. "Jerk" recovery: To stimulate the aggressiveness of the fish it is advisable to give strong accelerations with the rod in single or multiple sequence, so as to force the lure to make large skids. Interval the jerks with long pauses to allow the lure to perform its "flutter" action.